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Kansas City Signed Matt Cassel for $ 60 Million

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Wednesday, 15 July 2009 08:15

Kansas City Signed Matt Cassel - BSN SportsAlthough it has not been officially named the head quarterback, Matt Cassel has been marked as the future of the franchise from the Kansas City Chiefs who signed for six years and $ 60 million.

Cassel came a shift from the New England Patriots with which he had to supplement from week 1 of 2008 to Tom Brady injured and made it a more dignified.

The new head coach Todd Haley, from the staff of the Arizona Cardinals in which he served as offensive coordinator, and also brand new general manager Scott Pioli, from New England, Cassel got a change to their second-round selection of the Draft 2009. Alongside Cassel came to KC supportive veteran Mike Vrabel.

Cassel's contract includes $ 28 million guaranteed, and it will be noted that $ 40.5 million during the first three years.

The Chiefs have been linked to 4-12 and 2-14 seasons in 2007 and 2008, respectively.

With Cassel at the helm of the controls, the Patriots finished with 11-5 mark in 2008, however, stayed away from the playoffs. However, the replacement for Brady, who was not a holder in a game since he was a High School, left a great impression upon completing 63.4% of his passes, compiling 3.693 yards with 21 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.

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Brian Griese, cut by Tampa Bay

Written by Gaby Varji   
Tuesday, 14 July 2009 20:53

Brian Griese news at BSN SportsEmbedded in the five elements of the title as quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were off the veteran Brian Griese.

Asked for changes or dismissal.

Brian Griese was one of five Quarterbacks seeking tenure in Tampa Bay heading to 2009.

After playing five games in 2008-its second stage in the team, "Griese was not comfortable in the institution in recess this season in which he had to compete with Josh Freeman, the first selection of Tampa Bay in the past Draft; the veteran Byron Leftwich, Luke McCown, who was working for a wage dispute, and Josh Johnson, selected in the second round of recruitment 2008.

Griese, 34, had asked to move equipment and be killed and had not been submitted to the work requirement or a mini-training camps of the team.

In 2008, he had a pass rate of 59.8 full, with 1.073 yards, five touchdowns and seven interceptions. Was held in four of the five parties that participated with three wins and mark a defeat, but an elbow injury and is sidelined again hold until week 15 against Atlanta.

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Why Remind McNair ?

Written by Matt Stevens   
Monday, 06 July 2009 22:14

Steve Mcnair News at BSN SportsThe NFL is mourning the death of Steve McNair, former quarterback of the Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens.

It was not the most talented quarterback that existed in the history of the league, however, remembered for his great leadership and fight insects on each hand for the good of his team.

Indeed, "Air McNair" was the only quarterback in the history of the Houston Oilers / Tennessee Oilers / Tennessee Titans can take your team to the Super Bowl.

Honored by their peers.

We recall with nostalgia that great party that gave the St. Louis Rams and Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV, where as a great leader with McNair, the Titans were one yard mandar extra time the match and lost 23-16.

For us, McNair was the third best Titan / Oiler all-time in preparing a list of the top 10 Oileres / Titans ever.

Last Updated on Monday, 06 July 2009 22:22
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Ex-NFL QB McNair Found Death in Condo

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Saturday, 04 July 2009 17:45

McNair and a woman shot to deathNashville police spokesman Don Aaron confirmed that authorities were called to a condominium and found McNair and a woman shot to death inside. Aaron said police don't yet know the circumstances of the shootings.

"I don't have any answers for you now as to what's happened, who's responsible," Aaron said.

Steve McNair played 13 NFL seasons.

Aaron said police tentatively have identified the woman but did not release her name.

"There are persons who were around the complex today, visitors, who have been taken to headquarters for questioning, just to see what they know, what they may have seen," Aaron said. "No one is in custody right now."

The condominium where the bodies were found is one that McNair was known to frequent, but police spokeswoman Kristin Mumford could not say whether he was the owner.

Detectives from the police department's centralized homicide unit were on the scene.

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